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Published: May 3, 2017 12:00 AM

City of Twinsburg


Traffic stop nets drunk driving charge: A 22-year-old Northfield man was pulled over and ultimately arrested April 15 around 2:40 a.m. and charged with OVI and other driving violations. An officer stopped the man's vehicle on Darrow Road at Twinsburg Road for speed, weaving and marked lanes violations. The man's BAC was reported to be .145, according to records filed with the Stow Municipal Court. The Northfield man was released on a $2,500 public recognizance bond and he pleaded not guilty plea in Stow Municipal Court April 24.

BAC more than three times legal limit: A Cleveland Heights man, 26, was arrested and charged with OVI and other driving violations after he was pulled over April 16 at 11:36 p.m. on Darrow Road near Glenwood Drive. Officers reported seeing the southbound vehicle drive slowly through the roundabout twice and exit westbound on Glenwood Drive. The vehicle was reportedly weaving and stopped at least once in the roadway. Officers smelled alcohol on the man and he reportedly had slurred speech. A breath test registered a .294 BAC, between three and four times the legal limit. He was cited for slow speed and stopping a vehicle in a roadway, weaving, driving under suspension and open container, as well as OVI. He pleaded not guilty April 17 in Stow Municipal Court, and posted a $2,500 personal recognizance bond.

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Tax records among items taken: A Warren woman told an officer on April 18 that while she was at a Darrow Road business April 17, someone took several items from her vehicle, including her 1040 and W-2 forms. Also taken were a pair of gloves, a dust cloth, a phone charger and a box of lanyards. The case is under investigation.

Drug paraphernalia

Speeding violation leads to two arrests, multiple charges: A Cleveland woman, 30, and a Lakewood man, 33, were arrested and charged with several offenses after the woman was pulled over for speeding April 19 on Chamberlin Road near Roseland Drive. The Cleveland woman, who was reportedly driving 60 miles per hour in a 35 miles per hour zone, was found to have a suspended license. The Lakewood man had a warrant out of the Parma Police Department for failure to appear on dangerous drug charges. The Cleveland woman gave responding officers consent to search the vehicle. Officers found plastic tubes and multiple syringes, a pink pouch with two push rods, a metal pipe with residue, two pouches with glass pipes and a burnt copper scouring pad, and a measuring spoon with drug residue. The Cleveland woman was arrested and charged with no Ohio license, DUS, speed, possession of drug abuse instruments, and possession of drug paraphernalia, and was transported to the Solon jail, where she was held on a $2,000 cash bond. The Lakewood man was arrested and transferred to the Parma Police Department. A third passenger was cleared by police and drove the vehicle from the scene.

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Twinsburg Township

Breaking and entering

Business reports several forklifts vandalized: A Hadden Road business employee told responding deputies that someone entered a locked fenced-in area of the business between April 12 and April 14. The suspect proceeded to discharge 10 fire extinguishers on several forklifts, spray paint several forklifts, and break a windshield. The case is under investigation.

Carrying concealed weapon

No weapon permit: A Cleveland man, 38, was arrested and charged with carrying a concealed weapon and having weapons under disability, after a deputy pulled him over on Enterprise Parkway at Bavaria Road for having expired plates. The deputy reported seeing a loaded .38-caliber revolver in the back pouch of the front passenger seat, with the handle of the firearm sticking out. The Cleveland man was removed from the vehicle and handcuffed. The deputy discovered that the man did not have a CCW permit. Further investigation revealed the man had prior felony convictions. The firearm was tagged as evidence and turned into property. The vehicle was towed and impounded, and the Cleveland man was taken to the Summit County jail.

Domestic violence

Kitchen knife used in attack: A Ray Court woman, 23, was arrested and charged with domestic violence April 18 after she reportedly attacked an Akron man, 28, with a kitchen knife during a verbal altercation. The Akron man was treated for minor wounds and released by Twinsburg EMS. The Akron man was arrested for criminal trespassing. The Ray Court woman was taken to the Summit County jail. The knife was tagged as evidence.

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